Speech Pathologist - Barwon

Private Company

Newtown, VIC

Posted 2/24/2021

Full or Part Time Ongoing roles available
Salary: $65,000-$120,000 plus Super

Location: Newtown VIC
 
As a Speech Pathologist engaging with participants across the lifespan, you will work within your scope of practice to achieve the below outcomes:

  • Develop, plan and conduct therapy sessions within the participants in the social model – both face to face and online.
  • Regularly evaluate progress and outcomes, using relevant measures, and discuss outcomes with participants, family and key stakeholders.
  • Prepare full, accurate and timely reports that will assist in future planning and recommendation strategies.
  • Prepare full, accurate and timely reports that will assist in future planning and recommendation strategies.
  • Identify the facilitators and barriers within a person's environment (attitudinal, social and physical) with meaningful and impactful goals.

What is in in for you?

  • Flexible working hours to ensure work life balance
  • Generous vehicle options
  • Competitive salary based on experience
  • 8 week comprehensive induction program
  • Laptop and phone provided
  • Work for a company that cares - We are proud winners of the Team Culture Award at the Australian Allied Health Awards for 2019.

What do you need to be successful?

  • APHRA
  • Excellent time management and organisational skills
  • Valid drivers licence
  • WWCC
  • Australian Criminal Police check
  • Working rights in Australia

Find out more about Everyday Independence on our website
https://www.everydayind.com.au/join-our-team/current-opportunities/

Everyday Independence embraces and values inclusion. We welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, workers of all ages, people with disabilities, people who identify as LGBTIQ and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. If you have any support or access needs, we encourage you to advise us at time of application. 
Everyday Independence is committed to the safety and wellbeing of children, young people and adults with disabilities. We require all candidates to undergo satisfactory screening prior to commencement including but not limited to; national criminal history check; international police check ( where candidates have worked overseas ) and holding or obtaining a Working with Children clearance / equivalent in accordance with State laws.

Please note: As a requirement from the Department of Human Services we ask for consent to raise a check on prospective employees to ensure they are not on the Disability Worker Exclusion List before offering employment. 

To view and apply for this job on the web visit:

https://www.geelongcareers.org.au/job/15199466